Himachal Pradesh

To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
                            To gain all while you give,
                                            To roam the roads of lands remote,
                                                           To travel is to live – Hans Andersen

A land that colors India in myriad ways, a vibrant destination offering so much on platter, revered heaven that stands explored & yet unexplored.

Himachal Pradesh was established in 1948 as a Chief Commissioner’s Province within the Union of India. Though the new state came into being only on 25 January 1971 according H.P the status as eighteenth state of Indian Union.

Himachal, a state in Northern India, is land full of pleasant surprises and without a doubt houses most popular hill stations of India. The list is endless Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Mcleodganj,Dalhousie, Kasauli, Kasol, Solan, Rohru, Rampur and extended locations like Kufri, Rohtang Pass, Kalpa and Sangla.

There is history intertwined,  action packed adventure (trekking, rafting, cycling tours) and culture dose (so many fairs & festivals round the year) to keep one amused.


Lose yourself amidst greenery capped hills in Shimla

You will find destination specific posts / stories under the big umbrella of Himachal.










5 thoughts on “Himachal Pradesh

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  2. All of the best stories have within them adventure!

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